WHO WE ARE
Bridging the Gap in Communication is a private speech therapy practice in Lafayette, Indiana. We provide Accent Modification training, as well as assess, diagnose, treat, and help maintain speech, language and cognitive-communication disorders for both children and adults.
WE HELP INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES FEEL CONFIDENT ABOUT THEIR COMMUNICATION
No matter your age, speech can be or can become difficult. Whether your child isn't able to properly pronounce certain words or a medical condition caused a communication issue, Bridging the Gap in Communication is here to ensure that you can get the speech therapy help you need.
Our company was founded to assist families that needed speech therapy services, but were limited in choice due to insurance or financial reasons. We believe that all people should be able to receive needed services from a speech language pathologist, whether they have "the right insurance" or not. Learn More.
With thousands of clinical hours under our belt and the most up-to-date tools, we are capable of helping in all speech, language and communication situations. Not sure if you need a speech pathologist? Learn More Here.
Accent Modification is a systematic approach for learning or adopting a new speech accent without losing your primary accent or dialect. This can be hard to do on your own, but is made much easier with a speech language pathologist.
Stuttering is a communication disorder that affects speech fluency and usually involves repetition, interjections, and blocks. We teach our clients strategies to improve fluency and manage stuttering.
Cognitive-Communication Disorder refers to the impairment of cognitive processes including memory, attention, abstract reasoning, self-monitoring, and problem solving. Usually, this happens when a person has suffered head injury, stroke, or a degenerative disease. We help both children and adults learn new methods to assist them with their deficits.
WE CAN DO MORE, TOO.
Though these are a few of our capabilities, we are able to assess, diagnose and treat an almost neverending list of speech, language and communication concerns. If you or someone in your family may need a speech pathologist, please contact us or read our FAQs for more information.